May 12, 2016 / Golden Tulip Ana Dome Cluj
In Agile, like traditional software development, work begins with customer requirements. Many Agile teams though work with small User Stories (short stories from the Users) and backlogs (list of what has to be realized, a list of requirements) rather than long documents and detailed specifications.
Read an interview with Allan Kelly: Can you put money against a stories? Interview with Allan Kelly
Interest subjects at our Masterclass:
- we will look at how Agile teams work with User Stores and multiple backlogs to guide their work.
- we will look at User Stories, the difference between requirements and specifications, how specification by example and acceptance test criteria are used with stories to add detail, how stories are prioritised and we will consider business benefit, the value of stories, where value comes from and how much each story is worth.
- we will look at how backlogs can be managed for this sprint, coming sprints and into the distant future.